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Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Assessing Bivalent Vaccines against Covid-19. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e37.
Foreign Policy Playlist recommends: The NegotiatorsThis week on FP Playlist, we're featuring The Negotiators, a Foreign Policy podcast in partnership with Doha Debates, that takes you behind the scenes of dramatic negotiations. FP Playlist host Laura Rosbrow-Telem is joined by Jenn Williams, Foreign Policy's Deputy Editor and host of The Negotiators, to share some of their favorite moments from the series. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Why have some lenders withdrawn mortgages? Will interest rates hit 6%? What to do if you're a first-time buyer. Our Deputy Political Editor David Bond discusses why some mortgage deals have been pulled, and why Labour are calling this latest development the 'tip of the iceberg' for the economy. And Sam Richardson, Deputy Editor of Which? shares tips for worried first-time buyers and home-owners. In this episode:Why have Virgin, Skipton Building Society and Halifax withdrawn mortgages?How could interest rates reach 6% next year?Would the government support homeowners who can't pay their mortgage?Should you look at cheaper properties in prep for interest rate rises?Is overpaying now a good idea?Follow us on Twitter #TheLeaderPodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week, I am joined by Cat Acree, Deputy Editor of BookPage Magazine. We chat about how we select our next picks, changes in the publishing industry and Cat shares some of her favorite recent reads! Book recommendations: On the Rooftop by Margaret Wilkerson Sexton (sp?)Trust by Hernan DiazOur Missing Hearts by Celeste NgGrown Ups by Marie AubertThe Furrows by Namwali SerpellOther Book recommendations:There Muses by Drunk on Love by Jasmine GuilloryBest of Friends by Kamila ShamsieThe Foulest Thing by Amy TectorA Play for the End of the World by Jai Chakrabarti'sThree Muses by Martha Anne TollThe Lemon S.E. BoydLiberation Day by George SaundersLincoln in the Bardo by George SaundersNow is Not the time to Panic by Kevin WilsonThree Muses Giveaway instructions: Go to my instagram @jennifercaloyerasScroll until you find the Three Muses post. Follow me and leave a comment to enter. Tag friends for additional entries. Share in stories for additional entries. Giveaway closes on October 13th. I will contact the winner on October 14th. U.S. Mailing addresses only. Links to BookPageBookpage.comFacebook: BookpageTwitter: @readbookpageTwitter: @catacreeLink to hair in books on tik tok Kirkus most anticipated books for fall linkSupport the show
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Global energy prices continue to rise. Coal prices are projected to increase by 81% in 2022, crude oil prices by 42% and natural gas prices by 74%. But these costs aren't shared equally, especially for natural gas which requires specialised distribution infrastructure. The Russia-Ukraine war has therefore had an especially profound impact on Europe, which has been beset by a cost of living crisis. European countries are already introducing radical policies to ensure there is enough fuel to last the winter: windfall taxes, consumption caps, extra subsidies for consumers, extra liquidity for utilities. But there is an anomaly: the UK. The UK is relatively less reliant on Russian energy than its European neighbours, but as of July 2022 its electricity prices were the second highest on the continent. UK energy bills are not just a function of the cost of energy, but also level of demand. The UK's old housing stock means a lot of energy is required to heat homes. British households – particularly the poorest families who live in the lowest-quality housing – will need a lot of very expensive energy this winter. In this episode, which our Chief Executive Sara Pantuliano hosts from New York Climate Week, we ask how the UK has ended up in this situation. Have efforts to decarbonise left the UK vulnerable to price shocks? Will the government protect citizens and at whose cost? And will the UK – and other wealthy countries – revert on climate commitments? Speakers Sara Pantuliano (host), Chief Executive, ODI Simon Evans, Deputy Editor and Policy Editor, Carbon Brief Leo Barasi, Strategic Communications Manager, European Climate Foundation Sarah Colenbrander, Director of Climate and Sustainability programme, ODI
Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Can Vaccines Prevent Transmission of Covid-19? N Engl J Med 2022;387:e30.
Andrea Widburg is an attorney and the Deputy Editor for American Thinker. She comes back on the podcast to discuss migrants being flown to Martha's Vineyard exposing the democrats for who they truly are, her dislike of director Steven Spielberg, Russia/Ukraine, collapse of Europe, mid-terms, and much more. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE LIKE AND SHARE THIS PODCAST!!! Social media Website- https://www.americanthinker.com/author/andrea_widburg/ Twitter- https://twitter.com/americanthinker Follow Me Twitter- https://twitter.com/CoffeeandaMike Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/coffeeandamike/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/CoffeeandaMike/ Truth Social- https://truthsocial.com/@coffeeandamike Gettr- https://gettr.com/user/coffeeandamike Support My Work Venmo- https://venmo.com/code?user_id=3570365208987017385&created=1658667789.4661531&printed=1 Website- www.coffeeandamike.com Email- firstname.lastname@example.org
Episode five of this LGC Investment Series Podcast is now live, and was recorded at the recent LGC Investment & Pensions Summit held in Leeds between 08-09 September 2022. In this episode, Deputy Editor of LGC, Martin George, chats to Mike O'Donnell - the Chief Executive Officer at London CIV. The next LGC Investment event will be the LGC Investment Seminar Scotland in Edinburgh, between 20-21 October. Find out more here: https://www.investmentseminarscotland.lgcplus.com
4:20 pm: Dan McLaughlin, Senior Writer at National Review Online joins Rod to discuss his recent piece about Evan McMullin and what he calls McMullin's “shape shifting”4:38 pm: Sasha Stone of the website AwardsDaily.com joins the program for a conversation about her piece in The New York Post about the moment she gave up on Joe Biden6:05 pm: FreedomWorks Economist Steve Moore joins Rod for their weekly conversation about politics and the nation's economy6:20 pm: Kaylee McGhee White, Deputy Editor for the Washington Examiner's Restoring America series joins the show for a conversation about how Lindsey Graham's fifteen week abortion ban proposal would bring the U.S. in line with the rest of the civilized world6:38 pm: Author Vivek Ramaswamyjoins Rod for a conversation about his new book “Nation of Victims: Identity Politics, the Death of Merit, and the Path Back to Excellence”
The leader of Sweden's incumbent Social Democrats conceded defeat in the country's knife-edge election last night, handing victory to a loose bloc of rightwing parties that includes the far-right Sweden Democrats. Becky Waterton is the Deputy Editor of The Local in Sweden and spoke to Shane this morning.
The leader of Sweden's incumbent Social Democrats conceded defeat in the country's knife-edge election last night, handing victory to a loose bloc of rightwing parties that includes the far-right Sweden Democrats. Becky Waterton is the Deputy Editor of The Local in Sweden and spoke to Shane this morning.
Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Developing Mucosal Immunity to Covid-19. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e29.
Sarah Edwards, Social Media Editor of EMJ, and Rick Body, Deputy Editor of EMJ, give an overview of the best of the September issue of the Emergency Medicine Journal. They cover a plethora of clinically relevant papers. There's a terrific non-inferiority trial looking at the use of non-sterile gloves to repair traumatic wounds in the Emergency Department, two great papers that look at whether we might avoid x-ray for patients with suspected shoulder dislocation (one involving ultrasound), a fascinating paper involving the pre-hospital use of echocardiography and point of care troponin testing for patients with chest pain and more. Read the highlights: https://emj.bmj.com/content/39/9/647, and the complete issue: https://emj.bmj.com/content/39/9. If you enjoy our podcast, please consider leaving us a review or a comment on the EMJ Podcast iTunes page (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/emj-podcast/id445358244).
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The house and soul legend discusses collecting vinyl and growing up in Chicago's 1970s funk heyday. In this live edition of the Exchange, Resident Advisor's Deputy Editor, Chloe Lula, speaks to Chicago house and soul DJ Sadar Bahar ahead of his DJ set at Dekmantel 2022. Bahar is an avid collector of rare vinyl, possessing one of the world's biggest vinyl collections. The artist has embodied the vinyl-only ethos since growing up in Chicago in the '70s—the heyday of gospel, funk, and jazz soul in the US. He started the party Soul In The Hole with Lee Collins, which embodied and celebrated his passion for what he calls "real" music—music made by "real" musicians playing "real" instruments—and is still actively touring and spreading the spirit of Chicago house at sets around the world. He and Lula discuss kinship among collectors, the origins of Black funk and the instrumentation that brings this singular genre to life. Listen to their conversation in full.
Deputy Editor of PerthNow Local Newspapers Jake Dietsch talks why nearly a third of women are inked, while a fifth of men are. This is all according to new statistics from social research group McCrindle. Not only do women take the lead in getting tattoos, but it has also been found that the tattoo industry is one of the few where women make the most money.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Deputy Editor of PerthNow Local Newspapers Jake Dietsch talks parking, might seem boring -but hear us out. Parking has paid off for local Rotarians in Melville, who have collected $100,000 through the years just by providing a parking solution at the popular Perth Makers Market. The market brings hundreds of people to the Heathcote Cultural Precinct several times a year and the designated parking site run by Applecross Rotary volunteers makes the visit easier for the influx and valuable for the group. Parking is by donation and in just over six years, the tally of those contributions has surpassed six figures.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Deputy Editor of PerthNow Local Newspapers Jake Dietsch talks what an investigation by PerthNow Local papers have revealed. From people wielding knives to urinating in public, anti-social behaviour at Beaufort Street's Weld Square continues to be “wild, out of control and unmanageable”, according to people who live and work around it. Weld Square is surrounded by a bustling hub of businesses and hospitality venues but it is also occupied day and night by some of the State's most vulnerable people without a place to call home. Three business owners and a resident who lives in an apartment opposite Weld Square told PerthNow this week that anti-social behaviour at the park was still a huge issue.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Rolling Out New Covid-19 Vaccines. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e26.
Editor's Summary by Gregory Curfman, MD, Deputy Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the September 6, 2022 issue.
Strictly judge Motsi Mabuse on her autobiography, 'Finding my Own Rhythm', from a young dancer in apartheid era South Africa to renowned Latin dance champion and TV star. Liz Truss is the UK's new Prime Minister. What will be her priorities? Which women will she promote in her first reshuffle?, What will her leadership style be? We hear from Katy Balls the Deputy Editor of The Spectator and to Hannah Al Othma from The Sunday Times. With inflation running at over ten per cent, it's understood that Liz Truss – who becomes Prime Minister later today – is considering a freeze on energy bills as one of her first acts in office. The Women's Budget Group argue that women are less prepared to face cost of living rises, due to lower wages and savings, and in particular they are concerned about job losses for women working in small businesses which could result from increasing fuel costs. Women make up the bulk of those working in the hospitality, retail and care sectors. Sara Reis is the Deputy Director at the Women's Budget Group and joins Jess to discuss their latest report. A novel out this week called Girl Friends by Holly Bourne explores many of these issues. This is her third novel for adults but Holly Bourne is best known as a Young Adult author. Her books including ‘Am I Normal Yet' and ‘The Manifesto On How To Be Interesting' are loved by older girls and teenagers – they get into relationships, mental health and happiness. The strength and importance of female friendship is central to all her books. Holly Bourne writes fiction for teenagers and adults and female friendship is central to her books. In her new adult novel Girl Friends Jess and Fern are millennials whose passionate closeness as teens is central to both of their lives until things fall apart. When they meet more than 10 years later they are forced to reassess their friendship and how it was shaped by the sexual politics of the time they grew up in. Presenter: Jessica Creighton Producer: Dianne McGregor
Discussion about suppression of Vaccine injuries in Israel and ivermectin allowed to be used in the US. We also chat about the election of Liz Truss as the new UK Prime Minister. GUEST 1 OVERVIEW: Joanne Nova won prizes as a science grad and international awards as a blogger. She's author of The Skeptics Handbook which has been translated into 15 languages. Each day 5,000 people read joannenova.com.au. In 2018 Jo toured Europe speaking about How to Destroy an Electricity Grid. Before blogging she hosted a children's TV series on Channel Nine, was a regular keynote speaker, and managed the Shell Questacon Science Circus. She was an associate lecturer in Science Communication at ANU. GUEST 2 OVERVIEW: James Bembridge is a journalist, political commentator and Deputy Editor of The Country Squire magazine.
Todays guest is Liz Plosser. Liz is the Editor-in-Chief of Women's Health, where she oversees the brand across its print and digital platforms and various brand extensions, reaching an audience of 47+ million women monthly. Liz has been in the wellness industry for more than 18 years, previously overseeing digital strategy as SVP of Content at Well+Good, and prior to that, serving as the Senior Director of Content & Communications at SoulCycle. She is the former Deputy Editor of SELF, and before that she helped earn Cosmopolitan its first-ever national magazine award at the helm of the global brand's health coverage. Liz was also the Editorial Director of CosmoBody, an on-demand subscription fitness channel. Her first book, Own Your Morning, was released by Hearst Home in September 2021 was released in paperback a few weeks ago. We discuss the current diet culture that exists as well as the current media landscape regarding it and how we can do better to improve both. Liz shares how she manages to keep readers engaged while staying to true to the integrity of the Womens Health brand and what specific type of stories really inspire her. She gives some solid advice for readers consuming content and also shares the secret to a great morning routine, how to get back on track after falling off and more! Thanks to this episode's sponsor: Organifi: Try the new Green Juice Crisp Apple to hydrate, energize, and support cortisol balance. Visit ORGANIFI.COM/DOUG and use code DOUG for 20% off any item.. What to Listen For: 00:00 Intro 01:55 Liz's opinion of the current “women's health” media landscape 05:49 Headlines vs. integrity 10:51 Liz's advice for those reading health publications 19:44 How can we improve diet culture and messaging? 29:43 What types of stories inspire Liz? 33:25 Does Liz plan to cover more topics on mental health/addiction? 36:07 Dealing with comparison 38:49 Liz's morning routine 42:51 Getting back into a routine after falling off track Connect with Liz: Website Instagram Buy Liz's book here Connect with Women's Health: Website Instagram Follow me on Social Media: LinkedIn Instagram Twitter
Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Soumya Swaminathan is Chief Scientist of the World Health Organization. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin and Others. Audio Interview: Covid-19 and the WHO. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e24.
Sarah Edwards, Social Media Editor of EMJ, and Rick Body, Deputy Editor of EMJ, take you through the best of the Emergency Medicine Journal in August 2022, covering topics from COVID-19 to triage to community Emergency Medicine to complications of emergency intubation in children and survival rates for out of hospital cardiac arrest. Read the highlights: https://emj.bmj.com/content/39/8/567, and the complete issue: https://emj.bmj.com/content/39/8. If you enjoy our podcast, please consider leaving us a review or a comment on the EMJ Podcast iTunes page (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/emj-podcast/id445358244).
Inoculation against misinformation Could people be inoculated and protected against misinformation online? A new study published in Science Advances shows that short animated videos could protect people from harmful content. Controlled experiments where people were shown how misinformation is spread e.g. using emotional language or scapegoating, appeared highly effective in helping people judge what might be fact or fiction on the web. Psychologists worked with Google Jigsaw and tested their experiments in real life by placing them in the ads section on YouTube videos. They saw a 5% impact in being able to spot misinformation and they also reduced sharing frequency. This “pre-bunking” strategy exposes people to tropes and explains how malicious propaganda is spread, so they can better identify online falsehoods. Researchers behind the Inoculation Science project compare it to a vaccine: by giving people a “micro-dose” of misinformation in advance, it helps prevent them falling for it in future – an idea based on what social psychologist's call “inoculation theory”. Lead author Dr. Jon Roozenbeek is live on the programme to explain why this works and Beth Goldberg from Google talks about their new project to reduce misinformation spread about refugees in central Europe. Indonesian data breaches There have been five major data breaches in Indonesia this month, three alone in the last fortnight; the personal data of more than 26 million users of state-owned telecommunication provider PT Telkom was allegedly leaked – but the company denied this. Last week, foreign companies, including Microsoft and PwC, were also reportedly hit by a data breach. Astudestra Ajengrastri, Deputy Editor in the BBC Jakarta office, is on the show to explain why this is such a huge problem, how little is being done about it and why so many Indonesians seem indifferent to the breaches. Robotic Dogs Have you seen the video of a robotic dog firing a sub-machine gun? It's had well over 4 million views. It comes swiftly after reports of robotic dogs being used to patrol the US-Mexican border. But can robotic dogs become our virtual best friend despite them being used by the military and security services? Reporter Dominic Watters looks at the tech and what these robots are truly capable of (walking on uneven surfaces still needs to be mastered) and could actually be used for the benefit of humankind – using their sensory systems to navigate dangerous terrains after natural disasters for instance? The programme is presented by Gareth Mitchell with expert commentary from Angelica Mari. Studio Manager: Steve Greenwood Producer: Ania Lichtarowicz (Image credit: Screenshot of a video collaboration between Cambridge University, the University of Bristol, and Google Jigsaw)
The Big Bash League has been looking for ways to bring fans and players back to the competition and over the weekend held the inaugural BBL Draft. Some big names were selected and some arguably bigger ones were left out. Was the first ever BBL Draft a success or a marketing flop? Will it make the competition more competitive on a world stage? We find out. Featured: Andrew McGlashan, Deputy Editor of ESPNcricinfo. Subscribe to the ABC Sport Newsletter
Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Choosing an Antiviral to Treat Covid-19. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e22.
Deputy Editor of Bucs Nation and Co-host of the Locked on Bucs Podcast James Yarcho joins Game Play to chat about the upcoming season for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Yarcho shares his thoughts on Tom Brady's absence and the reason behind him missing preseason reps, whether he expects the Bucs offensive line to regress, why Tampa Bay should once again field an elite defence, how he is approaching Buccaneer wide receivers from a fantasy perspective, and more.
In the second hour of Game Play, Matt Cauz hands out his awards to the top sports stories from the past week in another edition of the Friday Podium. Then Matt is joined by Deputy Editor of Bucs Nation, James Yarcho, to chat about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' upcoming season in Day 10 of Game Play's NFL Previews.
How does a novel set in 1860s, and published in the 1930s relate to America in 2022? This week on Taking Stock Mandy Johnson talks to author Sarah Churchwell about her new book ‘The Wrath to Come' which looks at the mythmaking that sprung up following the Civil War right through to the current debates about racism and the far right in the United States. Just how many people find feedback in the workplace helpful, and does it work? Mandy talks to The Deputy Editor of the Financial Times Magazine, Esther Bintliff. And Mandy chats to Tax Expert Marian Ryan of 'Taxback' about what a new 30% Tax Band would mean for people and politics.
Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Demetre Daskalakis is the White House National Monkeypox Response Deputy Coordinator. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin and Others. Audio Interview: Responding to Monkeypox. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e21.
Modern Healthcare Senior Operations Reporter Alex Kacik and Deputy Editor of Digital Health Business & Technology Gabe Perna talk about why more health system CEOs are joining venture capital firms. Related story links: -Intermountain CEO Dr. Marc Harrison leaving for General Catalyst Subscribe to Modern Healthcare Follow us on Twitter: -Modern Healthcare (@modrnhealthcr) -Alex Kacik (@alex_kacik) -Gabriel Perna (@GabrielSPerna) Music Credit: Coffee by Cambo
Who doesn't love a barbecue? Still, there are some dangers with outdoor cooking. For instance, when was the last time you really cleaned your grill? If you think the fire burns off all the gunk, think again. I begin this episode by discussing this and other potential problems with cooking outdoors. http://www.menshealth.com/health/5-cookout-mistakes-that-make-you-sick Did you know carrots were not originally orange? Or that expensive weddings are a bad idea? Were you aware that the Mediterranean Sea will disappear one day? This is just some of the fascinating knowledge I discuss with Tom Standage, Deputy Editor of The Economist and editor of the book Uncommon Knowledge (https://amzn.to/2DFoeNA). He joins me to explain why kids' summer vacations are too long, what Interpol really is and who owns all the material in outer space – as well as a bunch of other interesting facts. I bet most people probably believe that moderate drinking is actually healthy. However, that may be a big overstatement. There is some research I discuss that questions the validity of that idea and why there is a flaw in the theory that a glass of wine is good for you. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-4529928/A-glass-red-wine-NOT-good-heart.html Weren't we supposed to be headed towards a paperless society? Look in many offices and homes and that doesn't really seem to be happening. In fact, a lot of us have more documents, forms, certificates, letters and memos than ever. If you have cabinets, drawers and boxes full of papers, you need to listen to Lisa Woodruff. She is founder of Organize365 (www.organize365.com) which helps people tame all the paper in their lives and she is author of the book The Paper Solution: What to Shred, What to Save, and How to Stop It From Taking Over Your Life (https://amzn.to/3gIojyE). PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! We really like The Jordan Harbinger Show! Check out https://jordanharbinger.com/start OR search for it on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen! Start hiring NOW with a $75 Sponsored Job Credit to upgrade your job post at https://Indeed.com/SOMETHING Offer good for a limited time. With Bambee get access to your own dedicated HR Manager starting at just $99 per month! Visit https://Bambee.com/something right now. Helix Sleep is offering up to $200 off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners at https://helixsleep.com/sysk. Go to Amazon and search for Conair Turbo Extreme to get your 2-in-1 steam and iron steamer today! Go to https://Shopify.com/sysk for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features! The magic is waiting! Download Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells, for free, from the iOS App Store or Google Play today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Andrea Widburg is an attorney and the Deputy Editor for American Thinker. She comes back on the podcast to discuss the FBI raiding Mar-A-Lago, did the Democrats do this to trigger an overreaction from angry Americans, justifying a military takeover, did Biden secretly re-classify documents, will the Americans go return to cat videos, TikTok, or will this be our Pearl Harbor moment. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE LIKE AND SHARE THIS PODCAST!!! Social media Website- https://www.americanthinker.com/author/andrea_widburg/ Twitter- https://twitter.com/americanthinker Follow Me Twitter- https://twitter.com/CoffeeandaMike Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/coffeeandamike/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/CoffeeandaMike/ Truth Social- https://truthsocial.com/@coffeeandamike Gettr- https://gettr.com/user/coffeeandamike Support My Work Venmo- https://venmo.com/code?user_id=3570365208987017385&created=1658667789.4661531&printed=1 Website- www.coffeeandamike.com Email- email@example.com
Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Combating Covid-19 Today and Tomorrow. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e17.
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Tuesday, August 9, 20224:20 pm: Author and political commentator Dick Morris joins the show to discuss why Fox News wants Donald Trump involved in a primary election, and his new book “The Return: Trump's Big 2024 Comeback”4:38 pm: Kaylee McGhee White, Deputy Editor of Restoring America at the Washington Examiner and a Visiting Fellow at the Independent Women's Forum joins Rod for a conversation about her piece about why the battle for kids and against radical gender ideology is just beginning5:05 pm: Former Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz, now with Fox News, joins Rod to give us his impressions of the FBI raid on Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home6:05 pm: Brett Tolman, former U.S. Attorney for Utah, joins Rod to give us his reaction to the FBI's raid of Donald Trump's home in Florida6:20 pm: Jordan McGillis, a Policy Analyst at the Manhattan Institute joins Rod for a conversation about his piece in the City Journal about where cars fit – or don't fit – in the current culture war6:38 pm: Jennie Taer, Investigative Reporter with the Daily Caller, joins Rod for a conversation about her report on the illegal border crossings and migrant deaths that shattered records in fiscal year 2022
Editor's Summary by Mary McDermott, MD, Deputy Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the August 9, 2022 issue.
Intro: Dr. Thomas Varghese Jr. is the Associate Chief Medical Quality Officer and Chief Value Officer at the Huntsman Cancer Institute, and Chief of General Thoracic Surgery at the University of Utah. Dr. Varghese is a national leader in minimally invasive applications for general thoracic surgery, recognized by Castle Connolly as one of America's “Top Docs”, and is ranked in the top 10% of the nation by Press Ganey for patient satisfaction scores. His research interests bridge the world of Educational Research and Health Services Research, specifically in the arena of optimizing performance at the patient, surgeon and system levels. He created the Strong for Surgery program, which is now a formal Quality Improvement program of the American College of Surgeons, and active at 331 clinical sites across the nation and 3 state surgical collaboratives.Dr. Varghese holds national leadership positions in the Society of Thoracic Surgeons, Thoracic Surgery Directors Association, American College of Surgeons, and the Society of University Surgeons. Dr. Varghese is active on social media and is the Deputy Editor of Digital Media and Digital Scholarship for the Annals of Thoracic Surgery.Questions We Asked: Where did your passion for leadership come from? Who were your mentors and what made that relationship special? Have you found your mentors formally or informally? How can you create a good formalized mentorship program? How do mentors effectively help their mentees find their career path? How do you create a good mentor/mentee relationship? How can those in the majority be allies to minority groups in medicine and science? How do you be comfortable saying “I don't know”? Quotes & Ideas: “Never stop looking for best practices” You can and should have different mentors for the various areas of your life (academic, career, social, spiritual, etc.) “Mentorship is someone with a particular knowledge or skills that shares them with someone else who does not have it on their own.” “A mentor does not always have to be older than you.” Identify OKR (objectives and key results) and set a time deadline for it “An ally is someone who builds a culture of inclusion” and “A leader is someone who betters the culture of those they lead”. Leaders need to be allies. “Are we better today than we were yesterday, and are we going to be better tomorrow than we were today and how do we achieve that.” “Diversity doesn't end because you hire the next diverse faculty. You have to make sure they thrive in their position.” “You don't know, doesn't necessarily mean you don't act.” “MD means make decisions.” “We are living in the greatest time in history.” “Seek your tribe members” Books Suggestions: The 4 Disciplines of Execution by Sean Covey Peter Drucker Start With Why by Simon Sinek Adam Grant
Hosted by: Warner K. Huh, MD, FACOG, FACS, Deputy Editor of Gynecologic Oncology Featuring: Pr Alejandra Martinez, Institut Universitaire du Cancer de Toulouse Oncopole Jill Tseng, MD, UC Irvine Health Editor's Choice Paper: The effect of major postoperative complications on recurrence and long-term survival after cytoreductive surgery for ovarian cancer Editorial: Complications associated with cytoreductive surgery for advanced ovarian cancer: Surgical timing and surmounting obstacles
Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Updated Covid-19 Vaccines and a Look at Monkeypox. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e16.
Andrea Widburg is an attorney and the Deputy Editor for American Thinker. She comes back on the podcast to discuss a recent article by M.B. Mathews “I was wrong about Trump,” the no win situation he was put in during the pandemic, Russia/Ukraine, China/Taiwan, economic collapse in this country, and much more. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE LIKE AND SHARE THIS PODCAST!!! Social media Twitter- https://twitter.com/americanthinker Website- https://www.americanthinker.com/author/andrea_widburg/ Follow Me Twitter- https://twitter.com/CoffeeandaMike Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/coffeeandamike/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/CoffeeandaMike/ Truth Social- https://truthsocial.com/@coffeeandamike Gettr- https://gettr.com/user/coffeeandamike Support My Work Venmo- https://venmo.com/code?user_id=3570365208987017385&created=1658667789.4661531&printed=1 Website- www.coffeeandamike.com
California exports more unconstitutional gun control laws in the form of HR 1808, the Assault Weapons Ban. How will NYSRPA v Bruen affect this blatantly unconstitutional legislation? TIME CODES: 1:35 - HR1808: More bad ideas exported from California 9:58 - Do you know what reactionary zones are? 22:46 - Why is the news always slanted when it comes to guns? 47:19 - Famela & Friends visits Gun Owners Radio 1:21:25 - STUMP MY NEPHEW: What's a Puck Gun? Were you surprised too when the house passed an ‘Assault Weapons Ban' after NYSRPA v Bruen? Support Gun Owners Radio & help us keep local politicians accountable on your Second Amendment Rights. https://gunownersradio.com/subscribe Awareness gives you time and time gives you options. How you respond to a threat when they're 25 feet away versus 6 feet away is very different. Learn about the nuances of distance and self-defense with Shelley Hill from the Complete Combatant! PRIZE ALERT: Attend a Reactionary Zones class for FREE! Enter your email at https://gunownersradio.com/subscribe and a winner will be picked at the next show on Aug 7, 2022. Learn more about the class on the Complete Combatant website: http://www.thecompletecombatant.com/online-reactionary-zones.html When it comes to guns, new ‘articles' are often advocacy journalism pieces versus straight reporting of the facts. Deputy Editor of Leatherneck Magazine, Nancy Lichtman, critiques the opinion piece from the Business Insider discussed in the last episode. Find out why she calls the ‘article' a ‘glorified book report.' Like, subscribe & share our show with a friend to help get the truth out about gun ownership: https://youtube.com/gunownersradio Famela Ramos is a strong Second Amendment supporter and joins the show with her friends. Meet Famela, Kalina, Jack & Wais from the Famela & Friends show that airs on Sundays at 7pm PT. Learn more about her show at https://famelaandfriends.com/ STUMP MY NEPHEW: What is a Puck Gun? -- Like, subscribe, and share to help restore the Second Amendment in California! Make sure Big Tech can't censor your access to our content and subscribe to our email list: https://gunownersradio.com/subscribe #2a #guns #gunowners #2ndAmendment #2ACA #ca42a #gunownersradio #gunrights #gunownersrights #rkba #shallnotbeinfringed #pewpew -- The right to self-defense is a basic human right. Gun ownership is an integral part of that right. If you want to keep your Second Amendment rights, defend them by joining San Diego County Gun Owners (SDCGO), Orange County Gun Owners (OCGO), or Inland Empire Gun Owners (IEGO). Support the cause by listening to Gun Owners Radio live on Sunday afternoon or on any podcast app at your leisure. Together we will win. https://www.sandiegocountygunowners.com https://orangecountygunowners.com http://inlandempiregunowners.com https://www.firearmspolicy.org https://www.gunownersca.com https://gunowners.org Show your support for Gun Owners Radio sponsors! Get expert legal advice on any firearm-related issues: https://dillonlawgp.com Need a mortgage or VA loan? Call Chris Wiley! https://www.primeres.com/alpine Smarter web development and digital marketing help: https://www.sagetree.com Visit Leo Hamel Fine Jewelers, your one-stop-shop for all your Jewelry needs: https://leohamel.com Learn to FLY at SDFTI! San Diego Flight Training International: https://sdfti.com Get the training and education to keep your family safe with USCCA https://uscca.com/gor
Christian Jarrett is the author, editor or contributor to ten books, spanning psychology, neuroscience, self-help and productivity. He is recognized as a chartered psychologist and associate fellow of the British Psychological Society. and is the Deputy Editor of Psyche, a global digital magazine that illuminates the human condition through psychology, philosophical understanding and the arts. Eric and Christian discuss his latest is Be Who You Want: Unlocking The Science of Personality Change. But wait, there's more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It's that simple and we'll give you good stuff as a thank you! Christian Jarrett and I Discuss The Science of Personality and … His book, Be Who You Want: Unlocking The Science of Personality Change How some traits are genetic but don't entirely influence our personality Deliberate actions can short circuit our innate tendencies How cognitive and physical exercise builds confidence and encourages open mindedness The link between mood and personality Defining mood as the temporary state of how you feel How extroversion and introversion personalities are affected by habit The 5 main traits of personality: openness to experience, conscientiousness, extroversion, agreeableness, neuroticism The maturity principle and how personality traits change as we age How those who are more open and resilient are less prone to dementia Social investment theory refers to how the roles we take on in life shape our personality Will power and the ego depletion theory The importance of being realistic and honest with ourselves when wanting to change Christian Jarrett links: Christian's website Psyche Digital Magazine Twitter Facebook By purchasing products and/or services from our sponsors, you are helping to support The One You Feed and we greatly appreciate it. Thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Christian Jarrett, check out these other episodes: Kevin Mitchell on the Genetics of Personality Neuropsychology and the Thinking Mind with Chris Niebauer See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.